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TheGreySpectre
Sep 18, 2012

You let the wolves in. Why would you do that?

So I'm looking at getting a 48" 4k TV for use as a monitor. No not one of those lovely ones, but a nice one that actually has a 60hz refresh rate and 4:4:4 chroma and low enough input lag to actually be functional as a monitor. Currently looking at the Samsung JS9000 or the Samsung JS8500.

Is it worth it to spring for the extra money for the curved display? Is it noticeable, especially when sitting close? My inclination is to spring for it as when using 24" display I have them sitting at a slight angle and not completely flat.

Anyone have any experience in comparing the flat displays vs the curved displays and whether they are worth it?

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